Tangram Design is a leading, creative design firm whose success is driven by our people and their commitment to execute with excellence and apply innovative strategies and design solutions to improve the social, economical and environmental well being of the communities we serve.
2008 Angel Award honoree, former Denver Chapter Co-Chair, and Chapter Liaison to the Board
George Lim is a Principal Partner/Creative Director of Tangram Design, a lecturer at the University of Colorado School of Environmental Design, and an active member of the SEGD, as a Denver Chapter Chair.
Matthew DeLade is relatively new to the EGD world and loving everything about it.
At the start of Matthew DeLade's final semester of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado he was introduced to the world of EGD. Matthew DeLade immediately loved it and has been focusing the past year on becoming an environmental graphic designer. He is presently working for Tangram Design, which has allowed him to learn about the EGD as well as become a better designer.
Matthew DeLade is originally from Bethlehem, Pa., and currently lives in Boulder, Colo.
A core design intent document is rapidly becoming a standard among environmental graphic designers. How did this document come about? What documentation processes have different firms employed? What are the components of an EGD standard document process? Also included will be boilerplate documentation language and address academic design intent documentation.
Neiman & Company (Van Nuys, Calif.) teamed up with Blue Point Architecture and Tangram Interiors to fabricate a 12-ft.-diameter lamp for the Tangram showroom. The LED-illuminated "lampshade" is made of aluminum and acrylic, suspended from an office ceiling. The lamp was equipped with a dimmer and painted with a high gloss finish.
Childhood should be a wonderful journey, and the Children's Museum of the East End helps make the trip even better with a discovery-themed approach to the familiar and the unknown, the real and the imagined, and environments both natural and urban. Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership provided complete architecture and exhibit design services for the Long Island museum.